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Company: Champlin Firearms Inc.
Member Since: 11/19/07
First Name: George
Last Name: Caswell
Country: United States
Phone: (580) 237-7388
Seller Type:FFL Dealer
Return Policy: 3 day inspection and return policy on used guns.
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SCOTT, W & C- 12 MOD CHATSWORTH DELUXE- SCOTT'S HIGHEST GRADE BOXLOCK- 1984- 28" Bbls.- SKT.I & SKT.II- DBL. TRIGGERS
#146985, W & C Scott Gunmakers, Birmingham, England: A W. C. Scott SxS Model Chatsworth 12 Bore Made 1984, This was Scott's highest grade boxlock in the 1980 to 1990 period, There were about 200 Model Chatsworth built, This gun is with 28" Ejector barrels at .732 .004 & .012" (Skt.I & Skt.II), 2 3/4" chambers, Double triggers, Scalloped action back, Excellent wood with excellent black/brown contrast, Carved shoulders at the knuckle of the forend, Splinter forend with an Anson release, Straight hand stock at 15 x 1 3/8 x 2" over a checkered butt, Cast-Off for the right hand, 6 lbs. 6 oz., 98% coverage of floral & scroll that has more depth than lower grade models, Initialed escutcheon in the stock line, The gun retains 98% original case colors, The barrels retain 98% original blue, The original wood finish remains at 97%, The checkering is at 99%, The breech face retains 95% case colors. The gun is tight as new and the barrels ring with a pronounced chime. This gun is cased in the maker's leather trunk with accessories and a trade label. The gun was bought new in 1985 from Holland & Holland for 3,330 pound Sterling with the case and has been a one owner gun since. That was right at $4657 U.S. dollars in 1985. Abercrombie & Fitch imported several of the roughly 200 Model Chatsworth's made in the 1980 to 1990 period. This piece doesn't have any apologies and remains in excellent plus condition. //////////////////////////////////// Here is a piece that came from the Premier Works after Webley & Scott discontinued their production in 1979. In 1980 Mr. Patrick Whatley was the managing director of the new W&C Scott shop and had about 26 craftsmen at the facility, most from Webley & Scott. Mr. Whatley began as a gunmaker with Webley & Scott in 1947. Then in 1985 Holland & Holland bought all the assets of W&C Scott and it continued on from there with the Scott and H&H then offered their own new boxlock gun.